Ben Feringa has just got the Nobel Prize, and Frits Zernike of the University of Groningen (UG) is a previous recipient. But there are lots of other UG researchers who also conduct pioneering work and have made significant inventions and discoveries. The University Museum is holding a free-entry exhibition called Nobel Science dedicated to these world-class Groningen scientists. During the opening ceremony Ben Feringa donated a replica of his Nobel Medal to the University Museum.
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